CONFIRMED ESPORTS TOURNAMENTS

All tournament prizes are subject to team/individual sign ups

Street Fighter V

Platform: PS4
Days: Saturday 2nd June 2018
Team size: 1v1
Player cap: 64 players
Format: Double Elimination
Prize: £200 prize pool

Tekken 7

Platform: PS4
Days: Sunday 3rd June 2018
Team size: 1v1
Player cap: 64 players
Format: Double Elimination
Prize: £200 prize pool

Tekken 7

Platform: PS4
Days: Sunday 3rd June 2018
Team size: 1v1
Player cap: 64 players
Format: Double Elimination
Prize: £200 prize pool

Dragon Ball FighterZ

Platform: PS4
Days: Sunday 3rd June
Team size: 1v1
Player Cap: 64 players
Format: Double Elimination
Prize: £200 prize pool

FIFA 18

Platform: PS4
Days: Saturday 2nd June
Team size: 1v1
Player cap: 32
Format: Double Elimination
Prize: £150 prize pool

FIFA 18

Platform: PS4
Days: Saturday 2nd June
Team size: 1v1
Player cap: 32
Format: Double Elimination
Prize: Up to £125 1st Place

CONFIRMED FUN TOURNAMENTS

STAY TUNED FOR MORE ANNOUNCEMENTS!

For all competitors and spectators

Mariokart 8

Platform: Wii U
Days: Sat 2nd & Sun 3rd June
Team size: 1v1 - 4 Player at once
Player cap: 64
Format: Double Elimination - Top 2 per race advance
Prize: TBC

Project Cars 2

Platform: PC racing rig
Days: Sat 2nd & Sun 3rd June
Team size: Single Player Time Trial
Player cap: No Limit
Format: Time Trial - Best Lap time of 3 laps
Prize: TBC

Project Cars 2

Platform: PC racing rig
Days: Sat 2nd & Sun 3rd June
Team size: Single Player Time Trial
Player cap: No Limit
Format: Time Trial - Best Lap time of 3 laps
Prize: TBC

Mariokart Double Dash

Platform: Nintendo Gamecube
Days: Sat 2nd & Sun 3rd June
Team size: 1v1
Player cap: TBC
Format: Double Elimination - Top 2 per race advance
Prize: TBC

TICKET & REGISTRATION INFORMATION

EVENT TICKETS:

Competitors: £10 venue fee plus £5 for each tournament you wish to enter. You may enter as many as you wish as well as any fun tournaments you wish to partake in.

Spectators: £10 venue fee, you cannot enter any eSports tournaments. You may enter any fun tournaments or play on any of the consoles while not in use for eSports tournaments.

All registration is done directly with smash.gg. You can use the form on this page or directly on smash.gg HERE.

PACK LIST:

Your printed ticket confirmation or email on phone.

Hardware

  • Your own controller for any of the fighting games or Mario kart

For any other questions, please see our FAQ for all other information.

If you have questions that are not in our FAQ, please drop us a message on our discord channel or drop us an email to keith@wellplayd.co.uk.

WELL PLAYD #02 SCHEDULE - JUNE 2ND - 3RD 2018

The official schedule for Well Playd #02, June 2018 will release after Registration closes.

Please note: Well Playd #02, June 2018 begins Saturday, June 2nd at 9am. Tournaments may begin as early as Saturday, June 2nd at 10am & resume at 10am on Sunday 3rd June. The event will end by Sunday, June 3rd at 6pm.

The tournament schedule is dictated by player registration numbers and is subject to change until Registration closes. You should plan to be at the event by 9:30am on either Saturday 2nd or Sunday 3rd June depending of what games you are planning to compete in.

Please check back in early June for a final event schedule.

WELL PLAYD #02 PRIZING

THINK YOU’RE GOOD ENOUGH TO WIN?

THAT’S WHAT WE LIKE TO HEAR!

PAYOUTS FOR OUR 2018 TOURNAMENTS
There is a minimum prize pool set per game with a minimum number of attendees required to activate the pot. See below.
Percentages below represent the listed player’s cut of an individual game’s prize pool.

Tournaments with 32 competitors or less will pay out to the top 2.
1st Place – 60%
2nd Place – 40%

eg. Tournament prize pool of £200, 1st would receive £120 with 2nd getting £80

Tournament with 32 competitors or more will pay out to the Top 3 PLUS there will be a bonus £100 added to the pot.
1st Place – 60%
2nd Place – 30%
3rd Place – 10%

eg. Tournament prize pool of £200 + £100 bonus, 1st would receive £180, 2nd getting £90 and 3rd getting £30.

All tournaments have set Minimum prize pots, see individual games for their respective pots. All tournaments require a minimum of 20 competitors for the minimum pot to be set. If there is less than 20, the prize pool will be 100% of  competitor game entry fees instead.

eg. Tournament has 15 competitors, prize pool would be 15 x £5 = £75, split between 1st and 2nd.

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